Which Will You Pick?

So campers, it’s finally time to let you know where our six new campsites will be this summer and give you a sneak preview into what they have in store for you…

Don’t know what type of camper you are? Or what you are looking for in a campsite? Doesn’t matter, we reckon we’ve got it covered…

Why not try the Heritage Coast Campsite, Monknash

We love this beautiful campsite in the heart of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, and for a touch of luxury whilst you’re camping, check out their home made Welsh Breakfast Baps, made to order on site using loads of great local ingredients. No on site cafe here, just great al fresco cooking and dining.

Lougher Moor Campsite

Is near the pretty rural town of Llantwit Major.This campsite is set in a picturesque tree lined field, with the odd horse and sheep peeping through the fence! But even more stunning, are the wildlife ponds and gardens open to all the campers, we are especially fond of the pheasants!

Returning to the ‘Cups’ campsite, after a busy day surfing

You might prefer to be a bit closer to the pub though, and if so, we recommend you check out the Three Golden Cups Campsite, in Southerndown with the pub on your doorstep, it’s not far to stumble home! You don’t have to compromise though, this campsite has a great sea view, is dead close to the beach and is the home of Southerndown Surf School if you fancy trying your luck on the waves. We also love the secret garden and the great rock pools down at Dunraven Bay (about a ten minute walk from the campsite.)

Setting off from Farmers Field’s Campsite

Surfing not your thing? Well maybe walking is more up your street, set right on the Wales Coast Path and just on the southern edge of Llantwit Major is the Farmer’s Fields Campsite. A real ramblers retreat, or great for just lazing in the lush green fields.

If what you are really looking for is just somewhere to hang out with the kids, we’ve got two more great campsites for you. For the little ones, we suggest a little holiday at Pool Farm in St Brides Major.

This is the smallest of all our campsites with just ten pitches, so it’s great for letting your little ones loose without loosing them. This site is on a working farm and so has the added attraction of the cows and horses, and not to mention it’s namesake; the Pool which is the top hang out for the local ducks. Also on site is a great farm shop and cafe.

But if you’re kids are a bit older, we recommend Ogmore by Sea Campsite, loads of space for running about, great for ball games and exerting some energy, but with still just 30 pitches, it has all the charm and tranquility of a little site

Soon to follow will be more details on how to book, but if you have any questions in the meantime, then please leave us a comment and we will get back to you